Teacher and student relationship: Why do they want to get married?
It’s a strange relationship.
It’s not easy to know what to say when someone’s telling you a story about their marriage, and the whole experience can be incredibly awkward.
But now it seems that a new trend in the dating world is to get to know teachers and students in a more intimate way.
And, as you might imagine, it’s a whole new breed of relationship.
“Teachers and students are in a unique position to see a lot of the dynamics that take place between teachers and pupils, but they also have a lot to share with the students,” says Pauline Hirsch, a marriage counsellor who works with students on the National Association of Primary Teachers.
“The teachers’ relationship is often so strong and intimate that the students are very vulnerable to the feelings of jealousy that they may experience.”
And that’s what we’re trying to teach them to share.
“She says that the new trend is to take students on a tour of the teaching and learning space, and to make sure they understand that teachers have a special place in a classroom.”
Teaching is a very intimate and intimate part of a student’s life.
And to share that relationship is important to them,” she says.
And if you want to know more about how teachers and teachers are being viewed in the media, you can check out BBC World News’ article about teacher relationships on TeacherRelationships.com.
You can also see a collection of stories about teachers and their relationships on BBC.com’s Teacher Relationship section, and follow the Teacher Relationships Facebook page to keep up with what’s going on.
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